Nonprofit organizations in the U.S. earn more than $100 billion annually, and number over a million different organizations. They face increasing competition for donor's dollars and many of the issues they confront are similar to those confronted by for-profit organizations. Strategic Management for Nonprofit Organizations applies powerful concepts of strategic management developed originally in the for-profit sector to the management of nonprofits. It describes the preparation of a strategic plan consistent with the resources available; it analyzes the operational tasks in executing the plan; and describes the ways in which nonprofits need to change in order to remain competitive. The book draws clear distinctions between the different challenges encountered by nonprofits operating in different industries.Theory and Cases Yale School of Organization and Management Yale University Sharon M. Oster Frederic D. Wolfe Professor of Management ... Supply On the left of the Six Forces diagram, in box 6, we look at the supply part of the picture.
|Title||:||Strategic Management for Nonprofit Organizations : Theory and Cases|
|Author||:||Yale School of Organization and Management Yale University Sharon M. Oster Frederic D. Wolfe Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship|
|Publisher||:||Oxford University Press, USA - 1995-03-31|